Discover CRA’s impact: Cyber Resilience Act explored on our podcast

May 26, 2024
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Key Points:

  • The European Parliament approved the Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) in March 2024, leading to fines for non-compliance.
  • The act applies to any connected digital products supplied into Europe, affecting hardware, software, and components.

In March 2024, the European Parliament approved the Cyber Resilience Act (CRA), which requires companies to enhance their cybersecurity measures or face fines ranging from €5 million to €15 million. This law applies to any connected digital products supplied into Europe, impacting a wide range of devices from laptops and smartphones to industrial control systems.

Infineon Technologies’ Preeti Ohri Khemani discussed the implications of the CRA in a podcast, highlighting the global impact and urging embedded systems developers to address security concerns. Collaborative efforts with organizations like OpenSSF and Eclipse Foundation aim to establish cybersecurity standards. Dom Rizzo, founder of the OpenTitan secure silicon project, emphasized the role of open-source silicon security in protecting national security amid ongoing chip shortages.

Developers must prioritize cybersecurity measures and comply with the CRA to ensure the safety and resilience of digital products supplied to European markets.

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